Day 14 Repost: it’ll have to be a tree stump

Day 14 Repost: it’ll have to be a tree stump

Yesterday a tree cutting crew showed up at my mom's house to cut down her Ash tree. It had Ash Bore (which I believe is a beetle) but perhaps I should google that before I embarrass myself. It was really cool watching the tree cutting team working, I always imagine it is a great job for all those kids who are always climbing trees. 

So then later I asked my mom how I could use the pictures I took of the tree removal and turn it into a blog post and photo prompt. And in the true fashion that only a 93 year old can come up with she said, "Well I suppose it should be something about to achieve a good end you need to be fierce on the way" 

Yup that's my mom. Fierce on the way.

Until tomorrow-have an outdoorsy day.

 





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SMITTENS
   Baby
xsmall 3-6 months
small 6-12 months
medium 12-18 months

   Toddler
large 18-24 months
xlarge 2-3 years
xxlarge 3-4 years


HATS
small 6- 12 months
medium 12-24 months
large 2-4 years

 

SWIMSUITS
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small 12-18 months
medium 18-24 months
large 2-3 years
xlarge 3-4 years